Education Empowerment Center
Intensive Training for Teacher on MGML Methodology First Phase


Executive Summery

This report is the series describing a 10 days first phase teacher-training program for primary teachers of partner schools of Kavre district (Dhulikhel Project).

The teachers from all schools of Dhulikhel Municipality, Panchakhal Municipality, Namobuddha Municipality, Chaurideurali Rural municipality and Roshi Rural muncipality of Kavre district were included in 10 days first phase teacher training program based on MGML method.

In the teacher training, 24 teachers from 22 partner schools attended. The themes of the training were Introduction of MGML, setting up classroom conducive for MGML methodology, Introduce of Learning materials, Role of stakeholders, Brain gym, learning styles, Continuous Assessment System (CAS) and evaluation system, team building, subject-wise teaching methods, techniques, approaches along with the materials preparation. Curriculum studies and the importance of checklist and ladder was also the focus of training. The necessary related materials were prepared during the training, assessment and evaluation
and making of extra learning materials was also focus. The sessions also focused on mother group formation and mobilization, cluster workshop topics, use of ICT, and preparation of educational exhibitions. The training resulted in several outcomes. Teachers shared their experiences during the training. They learnt new understandings about learning styles, creative teaching, classroom management, assessment and evaluation as well as developing new teaching material development for MGML learning. Have acquired knowledge and skills related to mothers group formation and mobilization, use of cluster workshops, preparation of educational exhibitions and educational planning.

GNHA funds the teacher-training program in Kavre district and the Education Empowerment Center (EEC) implements, monitors and supports. The program continues to monitor the impact on student learning and changed teacher behaviour in the classroom through the regular monitoring EEC staffs.